Premiere Classe Soissons
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... tait un très bon moment à la maison et je suis maintenant prêt pour le rock devient le lieu au Brésil !!
Merci à Thiago , réunis à Perth , je vais répondre à certains autres mecs sympas comme Julian à Sao Paulo qui je vais rester quand je suis là !!
Je vous laisse connecté ici, je vais essayer de mettre quelques photos et de bonnes histoires :)
S'il vous plaît donner des nouvelles !! Les photos sont à venir bientôt!
... It will now be over a year since I last saw my best friend, but our next meeting will be all the more wonderful for it. Love yer Dave. Now get your skinny **** to my house pronto. Meanwhile...Woodford Green was, as ever, nothing if not a great time with the kids, mixed in with fine dining. Let's face it, in the next five weeks we're never going to eat as well as we have in the last five days. Going to J and C's is a bit like going to ...
... the old bridge. After the break,.. onward to Verdun. We knew little of the history of Verdun save it was heavily featured in stories I have seen of the Great War in France. We headed to the Office of Tourism and found that most of the 'featured history' of the region does focus on WW 1 and the campaigns around Verdun. The underground citadel, a series of large tunnels dug from the hillside just out of the centre of the town, served as a headquarters for the area for the ...
... and mile and after mile after mile of vineyards.
That's the good part. The bad part is there are very few places to tie up. You mostly can't get near the banks to put in stakes - the vegetation goes down to the water and it is shallow at the edges. It is supposedly legal to drop an anchor but no one seems to do it and we only have one anchor so our rear end would drift out and I don't think we would sleep all that well at night!
... so on. For a long way, the motorway runs parallel to a TGV railway line and the roar of passing trains can be almost deafening. It's a pretty dull journey, but a quick one, and by 6.00pm I'm turning off, with Compiegne just a few kilometres to the east.
Finding the centre of Compiegne isn't all that easy as the suburbs seem to go on for some distance and I'm beginning to think I've overshot it, when suddenly it's there in front. Finding the Etap Hotel is largely ...